Captain Quinn tries to help his brother discover his own outdoor passion with some winter steelheading before heading out on a spring steelhead adventure to three magical remote rivers.
Captain Quinn tries to survive a winter's night in the remote B.C. wilderness using bushcrafts, and does some ice fishing for brook trout. Lasty, he enjoys a home cooked meal from the land.
Captain Quinn swaps fish stories of 30 pound steelhead with Fred Philpot and learns about making bamboo spey rods with Bob Clay before hitting the water for some dry fly action with writer and expert angler, Rob Brown.
Captain Quinn talks conservation with local conservation group, SkeenaWild before embarking on an adventure down Douglas Channel to visit an Eulachon fishing camp.
Captain Quinn explores the art of nature and discovers how nature influences some of Northwestern B.C.'s most esteemed photographers and chainsaw carvers. Lastly he hits the water for that perfect underwater winter steelheading photograph.
Captain Quinn spends some time with water, tree and fish experts to learn about the connections of our natural systems and the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems to support healthy fisheries.
Captain Quinn moves to northwest British Columbia to start a new life with his family and pursue fishing and adventure in wild places.